We happened upon an all-in pot with around 40,000 pulled in and the UK's Simon Brooks at risk holding the . Unfortunately for him, chip leader Fredrik Keitel had the .
After the flop failed to help Brooks, he stood from his chair.
"Maybe a split, maybe a split," Keitel cautioned when the dealer burned and turned the . Indeed, Brooks could chop the pot with a six on the river, and of course he could win it with a jack. He then turned back in time to watch the dealer burn and put out the river.
The table was in disbelief as an amused Keitel simply smiled and told Brooks, "But you can go."